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The Redpath Family

George Redpath's family

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Grandparents:
William Redpath



Mary Smith



Parents:
George Redpath

Jane Pile

Children:
Ann Redpath
Mary Redpath
George Redpath
William Redpath
Thomas Redpath
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Parents:
name born married died
George Redpath
28 September 1783
Kyloe, Northumberland


Jane Pile
about 1785
Ellingham? Northumberland


Children:
name born married died
Ann Redpath

20 October 1808


Mary Redpath

8 October 1819


George Redpath

20 June 1818


Jane Duncan
William Redpath

24 March 1821


Thomas Redpath

6 July 1823


 

Grandparents:








Parents:
Newham

Ellingham

Children:
Newham
Newham
Newham
Newham
Newham
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The history of the George Redpath's family

George Redpath's signature in Newham parish register on his wedding day 17 May 1807

George Redpath (945 bytes)

Jane Pile's mark in the Newham parish register on her wedding day 17 May 1807. It was quite normal at that time for females to be unable to write.

Jane Pile (612 bytes)

The spelling 'Pile' was used at the wedding while the alternative 'Pyle' was used for most of her children's christening entries in the parish register. MyRoots uses the convension of allocating the first spelling used.

On the parish record entry for her second son George, Jane Pile was said to be a 'native of Boursidian Parish of Ellingham'. Ellingham is a neighbouring parish to Newham. Both parishes are in Northumberland just south of Holy Island. George was their sixth child as well as being their second son.

Thomas' entry in the parish register states that he was the eighth child and fourth son of George Redpath.



Sources:

Newham parish recods

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